TidalHealth Realizes Savings, Efficiency Gains with IV Compounding Service
TidalHealth was falling short of its goals for producing compounded sterile products (CSPs) using in-house IV automation. After switching to a new, advanced services model, pharmacy leaders accelerated realization of their CSP program goals.
Cape Regional doubles down on medication dispensing robotics
Cape Regional pharmacy leaders partnered with nursing, finance, and hospital administration to lead a detailed assessment of their medication distribution model. Their analysis led them to adopt next-generation central pharmacy robotic technology.
Baptist Health Kentucky
Baptist Health introduced closed-loop functionality between their Epic EHR and XT Anesthesia Workstations. This innovation automated controlled substance reconciliation, increasing compliance, saving time, and enhancing patient safety.
Allegheny General Hospital
After its two primary 503B vendors went out of business, Allegheny General Hospital set up an IV robotics insourcing program and quickly realized the benefits of increased safety, efficiency, and cost savings.
Baptist Memorial Health Care
IV robotics technology helped Baptist Memorial stabilize its supply chain for compounded sterile products, increasing patient safety, improving pharmacy efficiency, and generating a positive ROI in less than 10 months.
Sentara RMH Medical Center achieves 99% drug distribution efficiency with XR2 system
Mount Nittany Medical Center gains critical cabinet inventory visibility with Omnicell Essentials
Interoperability improves nurse efficiency and patient care at Billings Clinic
St. Luke’s University Hospital
St. Luke’s automates cabinet filling with XR2 central pharmacy system
Insourcing IV preparation ensures quality, cost savings